After last week’s River Song/Melody Pond reveal, the Powers That Be have allowed us all a breath. Thank Heavens! The roller coaster ride of the “Let’s Kill Hitler” episode nearly did me in! I’m gla... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2011/09/ more
It's an understandable if not entirely justifiable criticism that Doctor Who has been as complex as it has been grandstanding of late. So after last week's gloriously pinball and somewhat lunatic return to madcap, continuity-heavy form, it's p more
Before we dive back into the gooey donut competition, let's just take a moment. Can you believe Adam has stayed in the house for this long? Me, neither. Part of me is impressed by his ability to skate through without winning anything and part of me finds more
After last week's "Let's Kill Hitler," which was the best episode of series 6 thus far, we were treated to the worst of series 6 so far in Saturday's "Night Terrors," an incoherent mess of an episode that was utterly unenjoyable.
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For a good chunk of tonight's Doctor Who episode, I was wondering if it was a bit of a retort to the people who claim the BBC's time-traveling horror-comedy is too scary for little kids. After all, the episode seemed to be saying, over-protecting children more
Watch a preview and check out photos of the upcoming episode of Doctor Who “Night Terrors” Season 6 Episode 9 which airs Saturday, September 3, 9:00pm ET/PT on BBC America. Episode Synopsis : DOCTOR WHO “Night Terrors” Season 6 Episode 9 – The more
Saturday's episode of Doctor Who is titled "Night Terrors." Penned by regular writer Mark Gatiss ("Victory of the Daleks," Sherlock ), the episode will feature Rory, Amy, and the Doctor being menaced by sentient dolls.
While I'm wary about this episode more
With its complex storyline and solid writing, it's sometimes hard to remember that Doctor Who is, at its heart, a childrens' show. Sure, it's better than most adult fare, but when the scary monsters are written, they're written with the intention to more